Animal Health Requirements For Aquaculture Animals And Products Derived Therefrom, As Well As The Movement Of Aquaculture Animals Of Infectious Disease Prevention And Eradication

Original Language Title: Veterinārās prasības akvakultūras dzīvniekiem, no tiem iegūtiem produktiem un to apritei, kā arī atsevišķu akvakultūras dzīvnieku infekcijas slimību profilaksei un apkarošanai

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 400 in Riga, June 2, 2008 (pr. No 36 33) veterinary requirements for aquaculture animals and products derived therefrom, as well as the movement of aquaculture animals of infectious diseases prevention and combat Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 1 and paragraph 10 i. General questions 1. establishes the health requirements in aquaculture animals and products derived therefrom, as well as the movement of aquaculture animals for infectious disease prevention and control.
2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1. aquaculture: the rearing or cultivation of aquatic, using techniques designed to increase the production beyond the natural capacity of the environment where these animals breeding or growing up to the time of collection (including) one or more natural or legal persons;
2.2. aquaculture production business-institutional entity in which activities associated with the rearing of aquaculture animals, cultivation or possession;
2.3. the aquaculture production business operator: the natural or legal person responsible for the requirements of these rules, observance of their control aquaculture establishment;
2.4. the aquatic animals, Fish, belonging and Osteichthy class Chondrichthy fish, bivalve molluscs Phyla of Mollusca, subphylum crustacea;
2.5. recognised processing plant-food company, which the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (Regulation (EC) No 853/2004) article 4 recognized the processing of aquaculture animals, and assigned an approval number;
2.6. the authorised processing establishment operator: the natural or legal person responsible for the requirements of these rules, observance of recognised processing plant;
2.7. the farm-aquaculture production business, in a fenced area on the territory of the company or plant in which aquaculture animals are reared to be offered on the market, excluding space, fenced area or facility where wild aquatic animals harvested or noķerto there not fed until their slaughter and food;
2.8. farming – rearing of aquaculture animals in a farm or in a bivalve mollusc farming area;
2.9. the bivalve shellfish growing area, production or relaying area in which all aquaculture production businesses operate under a common biosecurity system;
2.10. aquatic animals, aquatic animal figured that there is grown or marketed for decorative purposes;
2.11. offering market-sales, offer to sell, or any other form of transfer free of charge or in return for payment, and any form of movement of aquaculture animals that provide the implementation of the above objectives;
2.12. growing area – freshwater, sea, estuarine, continental or lagoon area containing natural beds of bivalve molluscs or sites in the bottom, the bivalve molluscs used for cultivation, from which bivalve molluscs obtained;
2.13. farm fishing-pond or other installed reservoir where the animal population is maintained for recreational fishing, restoring items with aquaculture animals;
2.14. "relaying area, freshwater, sea, estuarine or lagoon area with boundaries clearly marked and indicated by buoys, posts or any other fixed means, and used exclusively for live bivalve molluscs the natural purification;
2.15. wild aquatic animals – Fish for aquatic animals belonging to Chondrichthy and Osteichthy classes, Phyla of Mollusca, fish bivalve molluscs, subphylum crustacea that live in the wild and there is no aquaculture animals;
2.16. the Department – one or more farms, covered common biosecurity system and existing aquatic animals have specific health status with respect to a specific disease incidence;
2.17. a common biosecurity system – the system, which applies the same animal health surveillance, disease prevention and disease control measures;
2.18. buffer zone – zone around infected farms or fish bivalve mollusc farming area, in which implementation of disease control measures to prevent spread of the disease;
2.19.-aquatic animal disease infection by one or more agents, which are conducted with or without clinical signs;
2.20. the new disease, recently found, the cause of which may or may not be defined and which can spread in the population, and between the populations (such as 800s with aquatic animals or animal products). It is also already known disease that identified the new species, which in the vector is not included in annex 1 of these rules as a susceptible species;
2.21. infection – the disease agent in the presence of the vector species, which breed in or otherwise developing, or is the latent condition;
2.22. do not use – disease control, during which the farm is released from the water, which meets in the aquaculture animals, or the release of aquaculture animals susceptible to the particular disease agent or potential to carry this disease agent;
2.23. disease-free zone or compartment – a zone or compartment where the food and veterinary service (hereinafter service) is pronounced on the disease;
2.24. the epizootiological unit – a group of aquatic animals in a particular territory endangers one agent. Hazards may result joint water environment or management practices that enable one group of animals of the pathogen to quickly move on to another group of animals;
2.25. the further processing, the processing of aquaculture animals before human consumption, by using techniques and technologies affecting anatomical wholeness (such as bleeding, gutting, head cut, slicing, filleting) that produce waste or by-products which could cause a risk of spreading disease;
2.26. the mortality-death of aquatic animals, if the total mortality significantly exceeded the level of what is considered normal or bivalve molluscs farm growing zone under certain circumstances. What is mortality, decides the growers together with officers;
2.27. the infected zone, infected station-zone or compartment, which established the infectious disease;
2.28. quarantine-keeping a group of aquatic animals in isolation, preventing any direct or indirect contact with other aquatic animals. Insulation to determine time period this group observed, perform the analysis, processing and waste water treatment;
2.29. "susceptible species, animal species, infection with infectious disease agent has found a natural way or is proven experimentally, render natural contamination routes;
2.30. the vector-the animal species that is not susceptible to a disease agent, but the ability to spread the infection, the transfer of pathogens from one species to another;
2.31. "zone, the exact geographical area with a homogeneous hydrological system, consisting of the catchment area is part of its source to natural or artificial barrier that prevents the upward migration of aquatic animals from lower in the catchment area of the stage, or the entire catchment area from the source to the mouth, or a number of catchment area, including their inlets, if they relate to an epizootiological catchment area;
2.32. the natural waters of the European Community, the European Union Member States within an existing developed naturally (without the help of human labour) watercourses (rivers, streams, channels, or parts of) water bodies (Lakes, ponds, water reservoirs, or portions of them), as well as transitional waters or coastal waters-stage;
2.33. continental farms-part of the rearing of aquaculture animals which include: 2.33.1. an entire catchment area from the sources of the waterways to the estuary or more than one catchment area in which fish is reared, kept or caught, and which may include a buffer zone;
2.33.2. part of the water catchment area from the source of the teč to a natural or artificial barrier preventing fish migrating from downstream dams water share and which can cover a buffer zone;
2.34. the traditional extensive lagoon aquaculture practice – a mollusc in shallow sea, estuarine or lagoon Bay, by the sea or ocean separates sand and boundaries clearly marked and indicated by buoys, posts or any other fixed means, if this area is used exclusively for the natural purification of live molluscs;
2.35 commercial size-aquaculture animals weight and body size, which is rational to kill, for processing aquaculture animals for food products.
3. the rules do not apply to: 3.1 ornamental aquatic animals reared in aquariums merciāl in anything;
3.2. wild aquatic animals which are caught or collected for use in the food chain;
3.3. the aquatic animals to catch their fish flour, fish feed, fish oil and similar products.

4. These regulations 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, II, III, and chapter XII shall not apply to ornamental aquatic animals that commercial purposes are there, garden centres, garden ponds, aquariums, or wholesalers, providing the there to: 4.1 aquatic animals do not come into contact with the natural waters of the community;
4.2. waste water treatment plant, installed in aquatic animal holding areas, minimise the risk of communicable disease in the natural waters of the European Community.
5. supervision and control shall be carried out in accordance with the services of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules, article 3. Monitoring and control includes regular inspections, visits, audits and, where appropriate, sampling each aquaculture production business, taking into account the risks that may arise in relation to aquaculture animals infected with infectious diseases. Service monitoring and control is done in chapter XIV of these provisions and in annex 2.
6. Service company individual aquaculture industry recognition and grant individual approval number according to paragraph 9 of these regulations. Several companies in the aquaculture sector while performing recognition group, if they obtain bivalve molluscs and aquaculture industry, if these companies are located in one of the bivalve molluscs in the production area. Bivalve molluscs to dispatch centres, purification centres and similar companies in the aquaculture sector requires individual recognition. The group recognised a number of aquaculture sector companies assign the individual approval number.
7. Service recognition and processing undertakings granted individual approval number according to paragraph 9 of these regulations to the requirements of the concerned processing establishments deal with aquaculture animals slaughtered to control the spread of the disease.
8. The natural or legal person shall submit an application to enroll in the services: 8.1. apparatus and equipment, which are not recognized on aquaculture production businesses, where aquatic animals are kept without the intention to offer them on the market (this requirement does not apply to private property in aquariums);
8.2. the put and take fisheries;
8.3. aquaculture production businesses that offer on the market of aquaculture animals for human consumption in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 article 1, paragraph 3, point "c".
9. these rules 6 and 7 of the recognition referred to in paragraph numbers are assigned by the aquaculture production business or processing companies: created 9.1 package of measures that ensure that the requirements of these regulations;
9.2. in service supervision;
9.3. to fulfil these rules 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 of the above requirements.
10. the establishment of the aquaculture industry or processing establishment shall not be recognised and an approval number shall be granted if the company may result in an unacceptable risk of the spread of infectious diseases to other farms, the bivalve mollusc farming areas or this company in nearby wild aquatic animal resources. Officers before a decision is taken on recognition of the interruption of the proceedings, and the approval number of the issue, not taking into account the epizootiological situation in the aquaculture production business or processing plant, determine the risk mitigation measures, as well as the Organization of relevant activities in other places. Officers of the approval number shall be granted if the aquaculture production business or processing establishment operator takes all the risk of spreading infectious disease mitigation measures.
11. the aquaculture production business operator shall provide service, and the service will enter a relevant website on the internet the following information (it is publicly available): 11.1. before aquaculture production business start-up: 11.1.1. aquaculture production the company name, address, and contact information (phone, fax number and e-mail address);
11.1.2. aquaculture production business registration number or approval number;
11.1.3. aquaculture production business (farms), the geographical position (use a suitable coordinate system for all farms (GIS coordinates));
11.1.4. aquaculture production business (farms) and the type of production (cultural systems or machine type), maximum production, if it is moderated;
11.1.5. continental farms, as well as the dispatch and purification centres indicates detailed information on farm water supply and discharge;
11.1.6. aquaculture production business (farm) aquaculture animals species grown. Nursery grown several species of aquaculture animals, or nursery of ornamental aquatic animals indicates if any of these species are susceptible to these rules referred to in annex 1. infectious diseases or is this vector;
11.1.7. If recognition is granted the shellfish growing area, this provision of the information referred to in 11.1 shall be for all aquaculture production businesses that operates in one of the bivalve molluscs farming areas;
11.2. aquaculture production business: 11.2.1. the animal health situation for aquaculture animals (such as the farm is infectious disease). Information shall be submitted within two weeks after the examination;
11.2.2. is the farm has introduced a disease control program to achieve disease-free farms. Information shall be submitted within two weeks after the start of the implementation of the programme;
11.2.3. or a farm is declared to be infected with any of the rules referred to in annex 1 of infectious diseases. Information shall be submitted immediately after the pronouncement of the infected farms.
12. the processing establishment operator submit service and service introduction in the website the following information on the internet (it is publicly available): 12.1. processing the company name, address, and contact information (phone, fax number and e-mail address);
12.2. the processing establishment registration number or approval number;
12.3. processing the company's geographical position (use a suitable coordinate system (GIS coordinates));
12.4. details of the processing plant wastewater treatment systems (waste water treatment, waste water treatment system construction, laboratory studies on the purified exhaust drain water quality, tails (if any) the disposal site);
12.5. the refinery processed aquaculture animal species.
13. Service looking documents, performs a processing plant and aquaculture industry recognition, registered processing plants and aquaculture industry, as well as those granted an approval number in accordance with the laws and regulations on food Enterprise recognition and registration procedures.
II. the aquaculture production business operator, processing plant operator and carrier responsibilities 14. Aquaculture production business operator shall keep records of all kinds: 14.1. aquaculture animals and products thereof and on the farm or the movement of bivalve molluscs farming areas, both of them;
14.2. the mortality in each unit according to the epizootiological type of production;
14.3. aquaculture animal health surveillance results, obtained in accordance with these rules 19 and 20.
15. the authorised processing establishment operator shall keep records of all aquaculture animals and their products to the enterprise and the motion of it.
16. Transport of aquaculture animals, the carrier shall maintain a record of: 16.1. aquaculture animal mortality during transport, according to the mode of transport and the species of animal to be transported;
16.2. the aquaculture animals during transport visited the bivalve mollusc farms, farming areas and processing plants;
16.3. all cases of replacement of water during transport, as well as the water inlets and water spilling.
17. the aquaculture production business operator this provision 14.1 above the bottom registration is carried out in a way that ensures the origin and traceability of the place of destination.
18. Aquaculture production business operator and the processing establishment operator company following the observance of the laws in the area of hygiene to prevent infection and spread of diseases.
19. All farms and bivalve molluscs farming areas of the aquaculture production business operator contracts with practising veterinarians to create and implement the aquaculture animal health surveillance scheme according to annex 2 of these rules.
20. The provisions referred to in point 19 aquaculture animal health surveillance scheme designed to detect: 20.1. mortality of bivalve molluscs in all farms and farming areas according to the type of production;
20.2. the rules referred to in annex 1 of infectious diseases, as well as against the susceptible aquaculture animal species.
III. Health requirements for aquaculture animals and products derived from them offering on the market

21. the requirements set out in this chapter apply to the rules referred to in annex 1. infectious diseases and the susceptible aquaculture animal species. Of aquaculture animals, the owner or keeper shall ensure that aquaculture animals and products thereof on the market do not jeopardise the health status of aquatic animals with regard to the rules referred to in annex 1 of aquaculture animal infectious diseases (not aquaculture animals are common infectious diseases of aquatic animals in a population).
22. the aquaculture animals and their products which do not comply with the requirements of this chapter, be allowed to be marketed for use for scientific purposes (research, tests and other similar activities, the purpose of which is to conduct research that is not related to live aquaculture animals and their food collection and distribution of the food chain). The service performs the following periodic control of animals, so they observed, or aquaculture animals do not cause enhanced infectious disease spreading in the territory of destination or transit points.
23. The rules referred to in point 22 of aquaculture animals shall be distributed between the Member States of the European Union, if the competent authorities of the Member States involved in the control of infectious diseases of aquaculture animals, have been informed of such transport of aquaculture animals and trade with them.
24. the aquaculture animals during transport: 24.1. in infectious disease prevention measures to changed during transport carried the animal health situation for aquaculture animals and reduce the spread of communicable diseases;
24.2. ensure conditions that do not threaten the territory of destination and transit points of aquaculture animals living health status;
15.1. all water replacement, take the places and conditions which do not endanger persons health status of aquaculture animals, the health status of aquatic animals at the place of water replacement and the health status of aquatic animals at the place of destination. Water replacement sites adhere to the following requirements: 24.3.1. water is subjected to a treatment, which destroys the causative agents of infectious diseases, and after entering the environment is not affected in the aquatic animal health status;
24.3.2. replaceable water not containing infectious agents that can infect animals being transported to aquaculture animals and animals in the territory of destination.
25. the aquaculture animals of the owner or keeper shall ensure that the placing of aquaculture animals on the market (into the territory of Latvia, zone or compartment that is declared free of infectious diseases or subject to infectious disease surveillance or eradication programme), which is the appropriate health status (certification) if these animals are used in any of the following purposes: 25.1. farming or restocking;
25.2. for further processing before human consumption (excluding fish that have been slaughtered and exempt from the internal organs (gutted) before sending, or bivalve molluscs and crustaceans, which are sent as raw or processed products).
26. the Department of health certification of aquaculture animals shall be carried out before placing on the market of aquaculture animals, when the permission to leave the area, subject to these rules 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66 and 67. prescribed in the control and eradication measures.
27. the service for the movement of aquaculture animals notified to the computerised system (European Union of the electronic information exchange system) where: 27.1. for transportation requires a veterinary health certificate and aquaculture animals are moved from Latvia to the other Member States of the European Union;
27.2. for transport does not require a veterinary health certificate and of live aquaculture animals are transported in from Latvia to another Member State of the European Union for breeding or restocking.
28. the aquaculture animals of the owner or keeper shall ensure that aquaculture animals on the market to offer production: 28.1. clinically healthy;
28.2. not from a farm or mollusc farming area of the bivalve, which found unresolved increased mortality, except if you have an infectious disease spreading risk assessment and aquaculture animals are from a farm or bivalve molluscs in part of the farming area that is independent of the epizootiological unit where the increased mortality.
29. it is not allowed to offer on the market for farming or restocking aquaculture animals which aquaculture production business in which aquaculture animals found infectious disease outbreak or suspected infectious disease presence.
30. the aquaculture animals of the owner or keeper shall ensure that aquaculture animals offers the wild for restocking and fishing farms: 30.1. it would be clinically healthy;
30.2. would not be from a farm or mollusc farming area of the bivalve, which found unresolved increased mortality, except in the case of infectious diseases spreading risk assessment and aquaculture animals are from a farm or bivalve molluscs in part of the farming area that is independent of the epizootiological unit where the increased mortality;
30.3. would be from a farm or mollusc farming area of the bivalve, which condition is equivalent to the waters of the health situation of aquaculture animals which skips, or aquaculture animals should be obtained in the zone or compartment, in accordance with the provisions of chapter XII and XIII requirements has been declared free of communicable diseases.
31. to the Latvian territory, zone or compartment that is declared to be a specific infectious disease-free zone or compartment (comply with the provisions of chapter XII and XIII requirements), import of susceptible to the akvakul tour of the animals for breeding or restocking, the place of origin of aquaculture animals shall be such Member State of the European Union, or district, which has been declared a particular infectious disease.
32. This provision of the conditions referred to in paragraph 31 shall not apply if the scientific evidence that a particular infectious disease agent susceptible aquaculture animal species in certain stages of development of this disease do not.
33. the service shall take control of aquaculture animal species other than those referred to in annex 1 of these regulations, where, according to scientific studies or practical experience in data confirms that the species aquaculture animals may carry over some of the rules referred to in annex 1. infectious diseases.
34. This provision is referred to in paragraph 33 of aquaculture animals allowed to be imported for breeding or restocking of the zone or compartment that is declared to be a specific infectious disease if there is at least one of the following conditions is fulfilled: 34.1. vectors of infectious diseases of animals species originating in a Member State of the European Union, zone or compartment declared free of a specific infectious disease;
21.3. infectious disease vectors in animal species are kept in quarantine facilities or water, which is a particular infectious disease agent, the intact long enough to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases, but not less than two weeks.
35. Aquaculture animals which are susceptible to any of these provisions in the second part of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases in aquaculture animals and products allowed on the market for further processing in the territory of Latvia, zone or compartment declared free of a specific infectious disease if those aquaculture animals and their products meet one of the following conditions: 21.8. aquaculture animals originating in a Member State of the European Union , zone or compartment declared free of a specific infectious disease;
35.2. aquaculture animal products are processed in an authorised processing establishment in hygienically clean conditions, laid down in the legislation on food hygiene and prevent the spread of infectious diseases;
35.3. the fish before sending it is slaughtered and eviscerated;
35.4. the molluscs and crustaceans from their places of origin or primary are sent as unprocessed or processed products.
36. Live aquaculture animals which are susceptible to any of these provisions in the second part of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases, the market for further processing in the Latvian territory, zone or compartment declared free of a specific infectious disease, if it is stored in a processing site for no longer than seven days and have at least one of the following conditions is fulfilled: 36.1. aquaculture animals originating in a Member State of the European Union , zone or compartment that is declared to be a specific infectious disease;
36.2. they no longer than one month there, dispatch centre or purification centre, equipped with an effluent treatment system, which is capable of inactivating certain pathogens or where the effluent is subject to processing, which reduces the risk of transmitting diseases to the natural water bodies.

37. The aquaculture animals susceptible to the rules referred to in annex 1 of the contagious diseases of aquaculture animals and products that are offered on the market for human consumption without further processing, packaged retail packages which comply with Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 these rules on packaging and labelling.
38. Live bivalve molluscs and crustaceans, which are susceptible to any of the provisions listed in annex 1. infectious diseases allowed to skip the European Union imports of aquaculture farms, dispatch centres, purification centres or similar businesses, if molluscs and crustaceans store processing site for no longer than seven days and have at least one of the following conditions is fulfilled: 38.1. aquaculture animals originating in a Member State of the European Union , zone or compartment that is declared to be a specific infectious disease;
38.2. they no longer than one month there, dispatch centre or purification centre, equipped with an effluent treatment system capable of inactivating that specific pathogens or where the effluent is subject to other types of treatment reduces to an acceptable level the risk of transmitting diseases to the natural water bodies.
39. Wild aquatic animals that are susceptible to any of the provisions listed in annex 1 of infectious diseases and is caught in the Latvian territory, zone or compartment not declared certain infectious disease, surveillance officers placed in quarantine until it reduces to an acceptable level the risk of transmission of the disease. After the end of the quarantine period of aquatic bivalve molluscs in farms or skip farming area, which is located in the territory of Latvia, zone or compartment declared free of the infection.
40. The traditional extensive lagoon aquaculture practice allowed without this provision referred to in paragraph 39 insert quarantined, if a risk assessment is carried out and found that the occurrence of infection is not greater than that which would arise when applying this provision, paragraph 39.
41. Ornamental aquatic animals allowed on the market if they do not endanger the health of aquatic animals with regard to contamination with other contagious diseases not referred to in these rules, and these rules are not prevalent 1. infectious diseases listed in the annex.
IV. Aquaculture animals and their products from countries which are not members of the European Union 42. aquaculture animals and products thereof imported into Latvia from countries which are not members of the European Union, or parts thereof, which are included in the European Commission and published in the list.
43. All aquaculture animals and their products from countries which are not members of the European Union, or parts thereof are accompanied by a veterinary health certificate which confirms that the consignment complies with those rules: 43.1.;
43.2. any import conditions laid down by the European Commission;
43.3. the requirements laid down in other regulations for the protection of public and animal health.
V. notification of infectious diseases and aquatic animals in aquaculture animals and infectious disease control measures 44. aquaculture the owner or keeper of the animals, the owner of the processing plant, a practicing veterinarian, laboratory Manager of an authorised person or any other person who has contact with aquatic animals, aquaculture or that person treated or aquaculture animals accompanied during transport, it shall immediately notify the territorial unit for the service: 44.1. suspicion with the provisions listed in annex 1 of infectious diseases;
44.2. disease found that provision listed in annex 1 and communicable diseases;
44.3. the aquaculture animal mortality.
45. the service within 24 hours, inform the European Commission, the other Member States of the European Union and the European Free Trade Association Member States if confirmed suspicion: 45.1. one of the provisions of annex 1 referred to in the first subparagraph exotic infectious diseases;
45.2. one of the provisions in the second part of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases, if Latvia, zone, or compartment has been declared to be a specific infectious disease area, zone or compartment.
46. If there is a suspicion of any of the rules referred to in annex 1 of the communicable diseases in the territory of Latvia, a zone or compartment where the animal health situation for aquaculture animals for disease corresponds to the provisions laid down in annex I or III category: 46.1. officers shall take samples and send them to the reference laboratory;
46.2. the officer to receive the results of analyses of bivalve molluscs in farms or farming area shall monitor and carry out control measures to prevent the spread of the disease to other aquatic animals or aquaculture animals;
46.3. until receiving the results of analyses in the affected farm or mollusc farming area of bivalve banned the import of or export from the aquaculture animals, except when the officers has given written permission;
46.4. the officers shall carry out an epizootiological enquiry in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 47 and 48.
47. the Epizootiological inquiry shall be carried out in the laboratory studies, if found sick with any of the provisions listed in annex 1:29.3. exotic infectious diseases in Latvia's territory, zone or compartment;
47.2. the non-exotic diseases in the territory of Latvia, a zone or compartment where the animal health situation for aquaculture animals for infectious disease found to meet these rules laid down in annex I or III category.
48. the Epizootiological inquiry shall be carried out to: 48.1. suggest the origin of infectious diseases and vector factors;
48.2. check whether aquaculture animals have left the farm or bivalve mollusc farming area during the relevant period preceding the notification of suspicion of contamination;
48.3. the exploration, or other non-infected farms or bivalve mollusc farming area.
49. If the rules referred to in paragraph 48 epizootiological investigation found that the infection may have spread to one or more farms, the bivalve mollusc farming areas or open water, the said locations shall take the following measures: 30.5. officers shall take samples and send them to the reference laboratory;
30.6. to receive the results of the officers asks the owner of aquaculture animals or to the holder to take restrictive measures to prevent the spread of the disease to other aquatic animals or aquaculture animals, and control their execution;
30.6. to receive the results of analyses in the affected farm or mollusc farming area of bivalve banned the import of or export from the aquaculture animals, except when the officers has given written permission;
49. the officers shall carry out an epizootiological enquiry in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 47 and 48.
50. If the infectious diseases area affected is an extensive water catchment areas or coastal areas, the service that rule 49. measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be limited to a smaller area that is suspected of being infected farms or molluscs bivalve farming area in the immediate vicinity which is large enough to warrant the limitation of infectious diseases.
51. the service for suspected contamination of aquaculture animals shall inform the competent authorities carrying out the infectious animal disease control and supervisory functions of the neighbouring Member States of the European Union and countries which are not members of the European Union.
52. the service removes this rule 46.2 46.3 46.4, and in the restrictive measures, if in the laboratory studies are found sick with one of infectious diseases.
Vi. Control and eradication measures by exotic infectious diseases of aquaculture animals captures 53. After finding contamination of aquaculture animals with exotic and infectious diseases reference laboratory confirmed the diagnosis: 53.1. the service of bivalve shellfish farm or growing zone determines the restrictions referred to in this chapter and declare it to be infected;
53.2. service around the infected farm or mollusc farming area of bivalve establishes buffer zone in which the protection zone and the surveillance zone (zone size is determined according to the spread of infectious diseases);
53.3. bivalve molluscs in farms or farming area stopped restocking, but the buffer zone not allowed imports of aquaculture animals;
53.4. aquaculture animals not allowed to move within the buffer zone and removed from it except if the officers issued the written authorisation of the transport of animals;
13. the bivalve molluscs in farms or farming area shall take measures to ensure that infectious disease control.
54. Aquaculture animals which have reached commercial size and no clinical signs of the disease, under the supervision of the officers sought to use food or further processing.

55. the collection of aquaculture animals into the dispatch centre or purification centres, further processing or other activities that are part of the preparation process of aquaculture animals before their entry into the food chain, carried out under conditions which prevent the spread of communicable disease agent.
56. dispatch centres, purification centres or similar businesses shall be equipped with an effluent treatment system capable of inactivating the infectious disease agent, which caused the infectious disease or the treatment of waste water, which reduces to an acceptable level the risk of transmitting diseases to the natural waters.
57. further processing of aquaculture animals shall be carried out in an approved processing establishment.
58. The dead fish and dead crustaceans, as well as live fish and live crustaceans that have clinical signs of infectious disease, the rules referred to in paragraph 81 of the action plan order immediately removed and disposed of under the supervision of the official service in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (hereinafter referred to as Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002).
59. Aquaculture animals which have not reached commercial size and no clinical signs of disease is removed and disposed of under the supervision of the official service in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 and the provisions referred to in paragraph 81 of the action plan in accordance with the procedure laid down, taking into account the type of production, as well as future infectious disease spreading the risk that such animals may increase.
60. After removal of the aquaculture animals from farms or bivalve mollusc farming area and after the infected area for the cleaning and disinfecting of farms or bivalve mollusc farming area is left unused for a period which is sufficient to destroy the infectious disease agent. Service based on a risk assessment and disease recurrence within three working days, shall take a decision on the farm or bivalve molluscs farming areas do not use.
61. the service shall determine the appropriate measures to be taken at the farm or mollusc farming area, in order to prevent the spread of infectious diseases to other aquatic animals. These measures include restrictions on the movement of aquaculture animals, the establishment of quarantine before export of aquaculture animals, or import, sewage treatment and other equivalent measures that ensure the infectious disease agent limitation of the infected area.
62. the measures referred to in this chapter, the Department shall continue to apply until such time as: 62.1. have completed this chapter, as provided for in measures to combat infectious diseases;
62.2. buffer zone in the aquaculture production business in particular communicable disease in the appropriate order for samples taken in laboratory studies is not detected infectious disease agent.
VII. Control and eradication measures after an exotic infectious diseases of aquaculture animals captures 63. If the Latvian territory, zone or compartment declared free of that annex 1 provisions referred to in the second subparagraph not exotic infectious diseases in the territory of the zone or compartment, confirmed an outbreak of infectious diseases, the Department carried out at least one of the following measures: 39.2. these provisions referred to in chapter VI requirements for infectious disease-free status. If you apply this rule to the requirements laid down in chapter VI, allowed clinically healthy aquaculture animals to breed up to commercial size, to be slaughtered and used in food, or moved to another infected zone or compartment. During the transfer, take measures to prevent the further spread of communicable diseases;
39.3. develop monitoring and control programme and submit it to the European Commission for approval, as well as to implement the objectives set out in the programme.
64. If the Latvian territory, zone or compartment declared free of that annex 1 provisions referred to in the second subparagraph not exotic infectious disease affected area, a zone or compartment, confirmed an outbreak of infectious diseases service at the epizootiological situation evaluation decides that the non-exotic diseases intact for the territory, zone or compartment status is recoverable: 64.1. service of bivalve molluscs, the farm or farming area declared infected;
64.2. the service around the infected farm or mollusc farming area Bivalves determined by the buffer zone, which consists of the protection zone and the surveillance zone;
64.3. service controls the movement of aquaculture animals from the buffer zones. The buffer zone in the territory of the aquaculture animals are allowed to import farm or bivalve mollusc farming area 3 of these regulations in accordance with the procedure laid down in the annex;
64.4. area of the buffer zone allowed to gather and slaughter for human consumption of aquaculture animals, if they have reached commercial size, they have no clinical signs of the disease and the relevant activities are carried out under the supervision of the official service;
64.5. the dead fish and crustaceans removed and disposed of under the supervision of the official service in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002, taking into account the type of production, as well as future infectious disease spreading the risk that such animals may increase.
VIII. Control and eradication measures by the exotic and non-exotic diseases finding wild aquatic animals of 65. If it is found wild aquatic animals becoming infected or suspected of being infected with any of the rules referred to in annex 1 of the exotic or Exo tiskaj communicable diseases, the Department arranges for appropriate measures and set the limits, to reduce and prevent further spread of the disease in farms or molluscs bivalve farming area.
66. the measures applicable to wild aquatic animals to combat infectious diseases develop, taking into account the epizootiological situation. Service prohibits the placing of aquatic animal catches and aquaculture farms or bivalve molluscs farming areas, determines the movement of aquaculture animals restrictions on farms or bivalve molluscs farming areas are located in the infected area.
67. the service shall inform the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission on this provision, paragraph 65.
IX. Monitoring and control measures for new infectious disease outbreak, the Department shall monitor 68. to aquaculture animals found a new infectious disease. If new disease appeared, the Department developed and submitted to the Ministry of agriculture proposals on measures the new infectious disease prevention of the spread of aquaculture animals, and aquatic animals. Ministry of agriculture assessed service proposals, prepare the rules and submitted to Cabinet for approval.
69. where the aquaculture animals emerged a new infectious disease, the Department shall inform the other Member States of the European Union, the European Commission and the European Free Trade Association Member States, if the findings are an epizootiological significance for another State (Latvia's trade relations with the country, the new infectious disease factors are not cleared, the State is a neighbouring country, disease control and control required cooperation with other countries).
70. If the new infectious disease threat in the territory of Latvia of aquaculture animals, and aquatic animal health status, service this provision in chapter VI and VII of these measures as well as measures to prevent the introduction of the new infectious disease and its control.
71. the service shall notify the European Commission of this provision in paragraph 70 above measures as well as those which may affect trade between the Member States of the European Union.
X. monitoring and eradication programmes and action 72. If you do not know that Latvia is a common one of this provision in the second paragraph of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases, and if the Latvian territory or any part is declared current infectious disease (category III in accordance with the provisions of annex 3), the Department developed and submitted for approval to the European Commission, the monitoring programmes for infectious disease-free status.
73. Sampling procedures and diagnosis of infectious diseases in these rules referred to in paragraph 72, the supervisory authorities for the implementation of the programme with the European Commission.
74. If the rules referred to in paragraph 72 of the monitoring programmes as applied to individual compartments and zones covering less than 75% of Latvian territory, and the zone or compartment consists of a water catchment area not shared with the other country, such a monitoring programme be approved, amended or repealed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 92.
75. If it is known that the territory of Latvia are common in some of the provisions in the second part of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases (category IV in accordance with the provisions of annex 3), the Department developed and submitted for approval to the European Commission for the eradication program.

76. the service of surveillance and eradication programmes, which are approved in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 72 and 75, and work in the territory of Latvia shall inform the other Member States of the European Union and the European Commission.
77. the areas in which these rules 72. or 75 referred to surveillance or eradication programme in meeting the requirements of these rules 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 63.
78. In the monitoring or eradication Pro: 78.1. gramm describes the epizootiological situation of infectious diseases before the start of the programme;
78.2. calculation program for money funds (allocated in the current year national budget and European fish Fund) and analyzes the expected benefits;
78.3. determines the duration of the programme and the objectives to be attained by the end of the programme;
78.4. Description of the implementation of the programme of the geographical and administrative area and its boundaries.
79. In the monitoring or eradication programme: 79.1. to implement these provisions have been laid down in chapter XIII and Latvian territory, zone or compartment is declared free of communicable diseases;
79.2. abolish the Department or the European Commission if it is no longer targeted.
80. If a surveillance or eradication programme in accordance with the provisions of the repealed 79.2. these provisions shall point 64. measures referred to in paragraph 1.
XI. action plan, its activities and the procedures for vaccination 81. develop service action plan annex 1 of these regulations referred to in the first subparagraph of exotic diseases and emerging infectious disease outbreak. Action plan: 81.1. action to ensure the implementation of the action plan, making a quick and successful infection eradication campaign;
81.2. ensure coordination and compatibility with neighbouring Member States of the European Union and those countries which are not Member States of the European Union;
81.3. provides for ensuring compliance with the requirements laid down in the laws and regulations on animal waste collection and destruction of animal food, animal feed and dissemination, as well as on trade in live animals, foodstuffs of animal origin and animal feed;
81.4 points detailed management scheme, including the prevention of the outbreak of the disease in the country and involve local authorities, to ensure operational decision making and implementation of decisions;
81.5. adopt measures to provide the necessary resources, including financial (the Ministry of Agriculture for the current year national budget allocated funds, funds for contingencies, the budget of the European Union's disease control and eradication measures for repayment of losses due to the Member States of the European Union) to effectively carry out eradication campaign (for example, the laboratory staff, equipment and infrastructure);
81.6. determine the guidelines that specify the practical arrangements for conducting activities in all stages of the disease, as well as disinfection procedures;
81.7. provide detailed information on control measures involved required skills, their duties, as well as provide the necessary personal protective equipment;
81.8. developing a vaccination plan and procedures;
81.9. provides for eradication measures involved training program on clinical symptoms, the epizootiological surveillance, control and eradication, as well as plans to drill to real events, to develop communication skills and encourage public officials, producers and veterinarians understanding of disease;
81.10 points diagnostic laboratory, equipped for aquaculture animal corpses for serological, virological, ihtiopatoloģisk or other type of investigation. Provide for action to the swift transportation of samples to the laboratory, as well as laboratory analyses of the potential and the resources available for action in the event of outbreaks of disease;
81.11. develop action in cases where the short time needed to control a large number of outbreak;
81.12. actions to ensure in the event of an outbreak of diseases of aquaculture animals, and tails of mass body disposed of without endangering human health and using procedures or methods, which prevent damage to the environment, minimum risk to soil, air, surface and ground water, plants and animals, cause minimal interference noise or odor, minimal adverse impact on the rural landscape or special points of interest;
81.13. determine the companies that intended to destroy the animal by-products.
82. the action plan shall be submitted for approval to the European Commission and after receiving the positive reconciliation shall be published in the newspaper "journal". The action plan is updated every five years and submitted for approval to the European Commission.
83. Vaccination against this annex 1 the provisions referred to in the first subparagraph exotic infectious diseases is prohibited, except where it is carried out after coordination with the European Commission. Service coordinate vaccination campaigns started with the European Commission.
84. Vaccination against this provision in the second paragraph of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases shall be prohibited in all parts of the territory, which has been declared a communicable disease, as well as areas in which this provision 72. monitoring programme referred to in paragraph 1.
85. Vaccination against this provision in the second paragraph of annex 1 is not mentioned in the exotic infectious diseases is permitted in the territories or parts thereof that have not been declared the particular infectious disease or where vaccination is carried out as part of the infectious disease program, approved in accordance with this provision, paragraph 75.
86. The vaccine of choice in accordance with the regulations on the registration of veterinary medicinal products in accordance with the procedure and the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 laying down the procedures for the authorisation and supervision of medicinal products for human and veterinary use Community procedures and establishing a European Medicines Agency.
87. This rule 84 and 85 of the type referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to research aimed at developing and testing vaccines under controlled conditions. Study on time taken to protect other aquatic animals from any adverse effect of the vaccination carried out within the framework of the studies.
XII. Claim of infectious disease in the territory, zone or compartment to 88. the service shall be submitted to the European Commission for the information you need to claim a place on the territory of Latvia the provisions of annex 1 referred to in the second subparagraph, an exotic infectious disease not intact if the following conditions are met: 88.1. Latvia is not present in any species of aquatic animals in aquaculture or that are susceptible to a particular infectious disease agent;
88.2. it is known that infectious disease agent will not be able to survive in the waters of the territory of Latvia;
88.3. Latvia will run this rule 101, 102, 103 and 104 points in these conditions;
88.4. neighbouring the European Union, the competent authorities of the Member States of the norobežojuš buffer zone, if it is not declared the territory specific aquaculture animal infectious disease. Demarcation of the buffer zone in the territory of Latvia protects existing aquaculture animals from becoming infected with the disease agent passive transfers.
89. the service creates a buffer zone in the territory of Latvia if the Latvian territory or water catchment area, which is shared with neighbouring Member States, the European Union has been one of this provision of the annex referred to in the second subparagraph not Exo tiskaj communicable diseases and is not declared the territory a particular infectious disease. The delimitation of the buffer zone protects the infectious disease national aquaculture animals from becoming infected with the disease agent passive transfers.
90. the size of the buffer zone, buffer zone surveillance, sampling and diagnostic methods used for infectious disease-free status, the Department coordinated with the European Commission.
91. the service zone, or compartment declared free of that provision in the second paragraph of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases, if the zone or compartment meets at least one of the following requirements: 91.1. the waters of the zone or compartment is not present in any of the aquaculture animals or aquatic animal species that is susceptible to a particular infectious disease agent;
91.2. pathogen is known not to be able to survive in the waters of the zone or compartment;
91.3. zone or compartment complies with this provision, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 113.112, 114, 116, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120.., 121, 122 and 123.. the conditions laid down in paragraph.
92. the European Commission's Standing Committee on the food chain and animal health shall submit a declaration of delivery of the zone or compartment for an exotic infectious disease. The Declaration shall be accompanied by the relevant information and documents, and electronically sent to the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union.

93. If the zone or compartment, qualifying for an exotic infectious disease-free zone or compartment status, account for more than 75% of Latvian territory or zone or compartment consists of a water catchment areas shared with another country, zone or compartment declared free of communicable diseases in the European Commission.
94. the service into line with the European Commission monitoring and sampling carried out by the service area or station to outlaw exotic infectious diseases.
95. the Department shall establish, maintain and restore the area and list the precinct are declared without an exotic infectious disease in accordance with this rule 91 and 92 points. The service provides public access to that information.
96. If the territory of Latvia in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 88 is declared without an exotic infectious disease, the Department may suspend the targeted surveillance. The territory of Latvia remains Exo tisk infectious disease-free status, if this provision is fulfilled the conditions referred to in paragraph 88.
97. when the territory of Latvia is the area and the station, which is not present in any of these provisions in the second part of annex 1 in the non-exotic diseases, but the zone or compartment not declared certain infectious disease, as well as in all cases where conditions are not conducive to the specific infectious diseases clinical service development, targeted surveillance shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 90 or 94.
98. If the service finds it breaks one of the conditions to be fulfilled to keep an exotic infectious disease-free zone or compartment, the status of the service: 98.1. stop susceptible aquaculture animal species and infection of vector species trade with other European Union Member States, zones or compartments that have better health status in relation to the specific infectious diseases, and Act 3 of these regulations in accordance with the procedure laid down in the annex;
These rules apply to 98.2.46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 63 and 64 above.
99. If the epizootiological examination, the measures to apply the provisions referred to in paragraph 98 of the conditions, the service establishes that no breaks one of the conditions to be fulfilled to keep the infectious disease in the territory of a Member State, zone or compartment, the status of Latvia's territory, zone or compartment, the infectious disease-free zone or compartment, the status of the restore.
100. where the epizootiological examination, the measures to apply the provisions referred to in paragraph 98 of the conditions, the service finds it breaks one of the conditions to be fulfilled to keep the infectious disease in the territory of a Member State, zone or compartment status, such status is revoked. Before infectious disease-free status is restored, this provision met the requirements in chapter XIV.
XIII. Procedure for the territory, zone or compartment declared free of infectious diseases 101. Service to the 2008 November 1, submit to the European Commission to outlaw territory of Latvia on infectious disease, if the following conditions are met: 101.1. territory is against specific infectious diseases in aquaculture animals of susceptible species, but not less than the last 10 years has been found in certain infectious diseases outbreak Despite the circumstances, contributing to its clinical development, and: 101.1.1. not less than in the last 10 years are taken biosecurity measures in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 102;
No information about specific 101.1.2. the incidence of infectious disease in wild aquatic animals;
101.1.3. effective implementation of trade and imports conditions to prevent the importation of infectious diseases in the territory of Latvia.
102. Biosecurity measures are the following: 102.1. aquaculture animal owner or holder shall inform the territorial departments of the service for the detection of infectious diseases or suspicion of the existence of the place of residence of aquaculture animals (farm or mollusc farming area);
102.2. introduced infectious diseases early detection system that allows the Department to conduct the investigation of infectious diseases and ensure rapid 102.2.1.: clinical signs of infectious disease recognition, which leads to the suspicion of infectious disease, as well as provides quick detection of new infectious diseases or the unexplained mortalities aquaculture animals investigation nurseries bivalve mollusc farming areas and populations of wild aquatic animals;
102.2.2. rapid reporting service to start as soon as possible of the diagnostic investigation.
103. This rule 102.2. referred to the infectious diseases early detection system provides to: 103.1. aquaculture aquaculture establishments or enterprises involved in processing employee understanding of infectious diseases, the clinical signs or suspicion of disease in aquaculture animals should be sufficient;
103.2. veterinarians and aquatic animal health experts should be trained to detect unusual infectious diseases, recognize suspicious cases of the disease and report them to the Department of territorial authorities;
103.3. service available to laboratories equipped to diagnose these rules referred to in annex 1 of aquaculture animals, infectious diseases, as well as new, not referred to in these provisions of the infectious disease.
104. on 1 November, 2008, the Latvian territory declared infectious disease based on targeted surveillance, where the last known clinical infectious diseases outbreak happened 10 years before infectious disease-free status or where the infection status of the territory was not known, and if the following conditions are met: 104.1. performing biosecurity measures in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 102;
104.2. a targeted surveillance is carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 90, it works no less than two years and during this period the bivalve molluscs in farms or farming area no infectious disease agents. If part of the territory of Latvia in the farm or mollusc farming area of bivalve targeted monitoring does not provide enough epizootiological data, targeted surveillance shall also apply to existing wild populations of aquatic animals, if it contains one or more animals of susceptible species.
105. the service shall determine the boundaries of the zone and its map, based on one of the following criteria: 105.1. area is all the water catchment area from the source to the mouth;
105.2. zone is part of a water catchment area from the source to the natural or artificial barrier that prevents the migration of wild aquatic animals to the top of the lower stage of a water catchment area;
105.3. zone is more of a water catchment area, the mouth if they are related to the epizootiological water catchment area.
106. the service is not allowed to proclaim the area of infectious disease, if it extends into neighbouring territory of a Member State of the European Union, except when the entire area is filled this rule 107, 108, 109 and 110. the conditions referred to in paragraph and two Member States of the European Union asked the European Commission to register as an infectious disease the zone, which is located in each Member State of the European Union territory.
107. the area, which is against the infectious disease susceptible animal species, but not less than 10 years before infectious disease status have not found infectious disease outbreak, despite the circumstances that contribute to the development of clinical service can declare on infectious disease, if it is satisfied that rule 101, paragraph conditions.
108. If the service uses this rule 107, paragraph infectious disease status, delivery of it to the 2008 November 1, the European Commission submitted a declaration in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 92. After that date the infectious disease status is obtained, if these rules are met, paragraph 104.
109. a zone where the last known clinical infectious diseases outbreak happened no less than 10 years before infectious disease status or the award of the State of contamination before the targeted surveillance was unknown, considered as infectious disease, and service it organizes measures to ensure that the conditions referred to in paragraph 104.
110. the service creates a buffer zone in which a monitoring programme is implemented. Buffer zone delimits, in such a way as to prevent infectious disease agent passive importation of the disease affected area.

111. the service shall determine the boundaries of the district and its map. Station consists of one or more farms or bivalve molluscs farming areas where the animal health situation for aquaculture animals in relation to the specific infectious disease agent depends on the health status with regard to this infectious disease in surrounding natural waters. Station consists of one or more farms, farming group or set or bivalve mollusc farming area, in which its geographical remoteness and other farm groups or sets count as one unit if all of the epizootiological nursery station included under a common biosecurity system and the geographical boundaries of the district are indicated on the map.
112. the station, which is against the infection of susceptible species, but the outbreak of communicable diseases found no less than 10 years before infectious disease-free status of the circuit, despite the circumstances that contribute to the clinical development, considered infectious disease if the station conforms to this provision in paragraph 101 above.
113. If the service uses this rule 107, paragraph infectious disease-free status of the circuit, then it's up to 2008 November 1, the European Commission submitted a declaration in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 92. After that date the infectious disease of the circuit status is obtained, if these rules are met the conditions referred to in paragraph 104.
114. the station, where the last known clinical infectious disease outbreaks have found no less than 10 years before the infectious disease of the circuit status or whose surroundings are station or waters of the State before the start of a targeted surveillance was not known to be considered infectious disease, and service it organizes measures to ensure that the conditions referred to in paragraph 104.
115. The station, which implemented a monitoring programme for each farm or mollusc farming area of bivalve: 115.1. the service by a buffer zone;
115.2. officers carried out certain measures to prevent infectious diseases from entering and spreading.
116. The station, comprising one or more farms, of which the animal health situation for aquaculture animals in relation to the specific infectious disease does not depend on the State of health in relation to the surrounding waters are: 116.1. individual farms, considered as one unit, because the epizootiological does not affect the aquatic animal health status;
116.2. more farms if they are included under a common biosecurity system and each farm station complies with this provision in subparagraph 117 116.1., 118, 119, 120, and 121 requirements referred to in paragraph, but the broad movement of aquaculture animals between farms it is regarded as one of the epizootiological unit.
117. Station equipped with water: 117.1. using the water supply device that deactivates the particular infectious disease agent, reducing the risk of infectious disease risk to an acceptable level;
117.2. directly from the well, a borehole or a spring. Where such water supply established outside the territory of the farm water supply directly to the farm through the pipe.
118. The station is natural or artificial barriers that prevent aquatic animals surrounding bodies of water to get any of the circuit for farms.
119. the station shall be protected from flooding and the surrounding waters of the inlet water.
120. these provisions apply to station 104. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1.
121. The station shall take measures to prevent the entry of infectious disease vectors (controls the location of the station, let only clinically healthy and kept in quarantine for aquaculture animals for aquaculture animals are getting into an appropriate State of health).
122. If the new Kennel complies with this provision, in paragraph 118 117.1., 119, 120 and 121.. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 and is located in the station, which declared disease-free, the Kennel is considered infectious disease and not necessary for infection disease-free farms status for approval.
123. If the Kennel that matches this rule 117.1., 118, 119, 120 and 121.. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, resumes after a break and in the station, which declared an infectious disease, Kennel not necessary for infection disease-free farms for the approval status when: 123.1. officers of the health history of the farm is known for the last four years (if the farm running in less than four years having regard to its real life);
123.2. Kennel will not be subject to the rules referred to in annex 1 of the infectious disease control measures and infectious diseases in this farm is not established;
123.3. before aquaculture animals, eggs or gametes of the farm is cleaned and disinfected, as well as, if necessary, some time is not used.
XIV. organisation of Monitoring of the aquaculture sector companies service the farm or 124. bivalve mollusc farming area shall be assessed according to the degree of risk, taking into account the possibility of the spread of infectious diseases to other farms or bivalve molluscs farming areas. High risk farm or bivalve molluscs in the production area of the service, if granted: 124.1. There is a substantial likelihood of the spread of infectious diseases to other farms or wild aquatic animal populations or become infected with those from other farms or wild aquatic animals (intensive movement of aquaculture animals between farms, especially those that have no particular status in relation to infectious diseases or suspected infectious diseases);
124.2. rearing conditions increases the risk of infectious disease outbreaks (high biomass (aquaculture stocking densities greater than 60 kg/m3 of water), water quality is low (water in laboratory studies found the total number of micro-organisms and two more times in excess of the permitted water microbiological pollution));
124.3. sales of live aquatic animals for further farming or restocking.
125. A medium level of risk of bivalve shellfish farm or growing zone service granted: 125.1. is a medium risk to spread the infection to other farms or wild aquatic animal populations or are likely to be infected from other farms or wild aquatic animal resources (going on the movement of aquaculture animals between farms, which have no particular status in relation to infectious diseases);
125.2. growing conditions do not increase the risk of infectious disease outbreaks (medium biomass volume (density of aquaculture animals is 30-60 kg/m3 of water), water quality is medium (water in laboratory studies, the total number of micro-organisms found one to two times the water pollution standards in micro-biological));
125.3. sales of live aquatic animals for human consumption.
126. the low level of risk of bivalve shellfish farm or growing zone service granted: 126.1. has little potential to spread infectious diseases to other farms or wild aquatic animal populations or not likely become infected from other farms or wild aquatic animal resources (going on the movement of aquaculture animals between farms that have a particular status in relation to infectious diseases);
126.2. growing conditions do not increase the risk of outbreaks of infectious diseases (low biomass volume (density of aquaculture animals are up to 50 kg/m3 of water), good water quality (water in laboratory studies revealed the total number does not exceed the micro-water microbiological pollution norms);
126.3. sales of live aquatic animals for human consumption only.
127. in implementing the passive monitoring of aquaculture animals, the owner or the holder shall be obliged to immediately notify the territorial departments of the service in aquaculture animals disease and mortality. After notification, take this rule 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51 and 52 of these measures. Information about the disease and mortality of aquaculture animals, the owner or keeper shall provide the medical practitioner or authorised veterinarian.
128. the active monitoring includes: 128.1. regular checks carried out by officers or authorised veterinary surgeon;
128.2. aquaculture animal population in relation to infectious diseases;
128.3. sampling for laboratory examinations, if you suspect any of these rules referred to in annex 1. communicable diseases or have found increased mortality;
128.4. reporting service territorial unit if the laboratory studies in aquaculture animals found infectious disease or suspicion thereof;
128.5. territorial unit information on mortality. Information on mortality give aquaculture the owner or keeper of the animals to the veterinarian or an authorised medical practitioner.
129. The targeted surveillance include: 129.1. officers carried out regular checks;
129.2. sampling for laboratory studies to determine the specific pathogens;

129.3. reporting service territorial unit if laboratory studies on aquaculture animals found infectious disease or infectious disease is suspected;
129.4. information on territorial Department of aquaculture animals, the mortality.
XV. concluding issues 130. Be declared unenforceable: 130.1. The Cabinet of Ministers of 16 March 2004, Regulation No 140 "fish procedures for combating infectious diseases" (Latvian journal, 2004, no. 44);
130.2. The Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, Regulation No 141 "veterinary requirements for fish and shellfish, aquaculture aquaculture animals and products and offers to market" (Latvian journal, 2004, 51 no);
130.3. The Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, Regulation No 210 "bivalve molluscs of the order against infectious diseases" (Latvian journal, 2004, no. 54).
131. the rules shall enter into force on august 1, 2008.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 24 October 2006 of Directive 2006/88/EC for aquaculture animals and products thereof animal health requirements, as well as on the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic animals;
2) Commission of 30 April Directive 2008/53/EC, amending Council Directive 2006/88/EC annex IV concerning Spring Viremia of carp.
Prime Minister i. Godmanis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on the 1 august 2008.
   
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 2 June 2008. Regulations No 400 aquaculture animal diseases list part I (exotic infectious diseases) no PO box
The name of the infectious diseases in aquaculture animals Susceptible species name Latvian language and Latin fish infectious diseases 1.
Epizootic haematopoietic necrosis in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss); perch (Perca fluviatilis) 2.
The epizootic ulcerative syndrome Catl; Chann; Labe; Mastacembel; kefal (Mugil); Punti and Trichogaster genus of Bivalve mollusc fish infectious diseases 3.
Bonamioz-Australian mud oyster (Ostrea angas); Chilean flat oyster (Oster-chilens) 4.
The Royal Perkinsoz Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas); the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) 5.
The Royal Mikrocitoz Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas); the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica); Olympia flat oyster (Ostrea conchaphil); the real (natural) oyster (Ostrea edulis) crustaceans infectious diseases 6.
Horn syndrome Atlantic white shrimp (Penaeus setifer); Blue shrimp (Penaeus stylirostr); white shrimp (Penaeus vannam) 7.
Yellow head disease Northern brown shrimp (Penaeus aztec); Northern pink shrimp (Penaeus duorar); the at kuruma shrimp (Penaeus japonica); the great tīģergarnel (Penaeus monodon); Atlantic white shrimp (Penaeus setifer); Blue shrimp (Penaeus stylirostr); white shrimp (Penaeus vannam) part II (not exotic infectious diseases) no PO box
The name of the infectious diseases in aquaculture animals Susceptible species name Latvian language and Latin fish infectious diseases 1.
Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia genus of herring (Clupea spp.); genus whitefish (Coregonus sp.); Pike (Esox Lucia); haddock (Year aeglefinus); Pacific cod (macrocephalus); Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua); Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.); rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss); forkbeard in moustaches (Mustela of strengthened interaction); sea trout (Salmo trutta); turbot (Scophtalm Maximus); sprat (sprattus sprattus); Grayling (thymallus thymallus) 2.
Infectious haematopoietic necrosis Ketlas (Oncorhynchus cat); Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch); Far East salmon (Oncorhynchus maso); rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss); nerka (Oncorhynchus nerka); Amagi-salmon (Oncorhynchus rhodur); Cavic (Oncorhynchus tshawytsch); Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) 3.
Koi Herpes Virus Sazān (for Cyprin carpi) 4.
Salmon anaemia rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss); Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar); sea trout (Salmo trutta) bivalve molluscs infectious disease 5.
Marteiliosis in Australian mud oyster (Ostrea angas); The Chilean oyster (Ostrea chilens); real natural oyster (Ostrea edulis); Ostrea puelchan; Mussels (Mytilus edulis); Mediterranean Mussels (Mytilus galloprovencial) 6.
Bonamioz-Australian mud oyster (Ostrea angas); The Chilean oyster (Ostrea chilens); Olympia flat oyster (Ostrea conchphil); Ostrea denselamellos; real natural oyster (Ostrea edulis); Ostrea puelchan crustaceans infectious disease 7.
Baltplankum of cancer disease Decapod turn the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 June 2008. Regulations No 400 monitoring and control procedures of the bivalve molluscs in farms and farming areas no PO box
Aquaculture animal species Health Risk monitoring type inspection officers frequency the frequency of visits by the official veterinarian Specific instructions for carrying out the inspection, the sample is taken away, as well as monitoring, which requires the need to scratch appropriate uzt health comments 1.
Farm or bivalve jetties ku farming area is not kept in the akvakul tour, susceptible to this note to KUMU 1. Add in the Kuma min Thai category I communicable diseases (infectious disease of bivalve shellfish farm or growing zone in accordance with this provision, 88.2, 88.4 88.1..., 91.1, 91.2.) low passive every four years every four years Extraordinary requirements to maintain in fekcij in sick bass intact of the farm or the mo of grown lusk status under this rule sounds sa 96 recommended frequency of checks not žum relati on special requirements for rendering the cas for each integer in the bass position. These checks and having trouble combined with professional veterinary inspections and doctor visits. Service am a person the purpose of inspection is to carry out checks pursuant to paragraph 5 of these rules.
Veterinarian visits, aims to find out the animal health situation, to give the aquaculture industry the shelter of us Compa breeding tips on akvakul tour of the ku community health issues 2.
Aquaculture animals of species susceptible to the provisions listed in annex 1 of the infectious diseases category I (communicable diseases intact bivalve shellfish farm or growing zone in accordance with this provision and 91.3. bottom 54.9) high active, targeted or passive once a year once a year on average every two years to once every two years Under every two years to once every two years (category II infectious disease affected bivalve shellfish farm or production area the surveillance programme in accordance with this provision, 72, 73 and 74) targeted High once a year once a year-specific requirements in accordance with the rules of Kuma ņā 72, 73 and 74 on average every two years to once every two years Under every two years to once every two years, (iii) the category (it is not known whether farm or two lid shellfish growing area is infected, and not implemented in base monitor program for infectious disease in nursery or bivalve mollusc farming area status) high active once a year on average three times a year once a year twice a year Under every two years to annually (IV) category (it is known that bivalve shellfish farm or farming area is infected, it is subject to the combat of the program in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 75) targeted High once a year once a year-specific requirements in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 75 on average every two years to once every two years Under every two years
Every two years the category V (it is known that bivalve shellfish farm or farming area is infected, it is subject to minimum control measures henceforth in accordance with the provisions of sections V, VI VII, VIII and IX) high passive every four years (specific requirements) once a year for Specific requirements in accordance with the provisions of sections V, VI VII, VIII and IX of the medium once every two years to once every two years Under every four years every four years, the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 3 Cabinet of 2008.2. the terms of the June no 400 breeding and restocking of the animal health situation for aquaculture animals and certification areas and precincts, no PO box
The health status category authorised to import animal health certification of aquaculture aquaculture animals are allowed to send to insert to export 1.
(I) communicable disease free zone or compartment exclusively from category I zone or district Yes not allowed when exported to category III or V zone or compartment.
If exported to category I, II or IV of the zone or compartment for the entire category area or station 2.
(II) the work programme of the monitoring and eradication of the only class I areas or circuit Yes No to category III and V of the zone or compartment 3.
(Iii) the health situation is not fixed (it is not known whether the zone, or compartment has been infected, and not implement the program for infectious disease-free zone or compartment status) of category I, II and III zones or the circuit no no to category III and V of the zone or compartment 4.
(IV) the zone or compartment running the program only from a category I area or station Yes Yes only to the g category zone or compartment 5.
V infected zone or compartment

of all categories of zones and compartments No Yes only to category V, zone or district Minister of Agriculture m. rose